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    #11

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    Here is mine

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    #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJALM View Post
    Here is mine

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    You have the 3770 (non-K) running at 4.5? What cooler, settings?

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    I use a baseclock of 106 and multiplier of 43 with a H60 cooler. All voltages are set to auto except dram which is 1.5v.

    Yes its the i7-3770 non K, i will not use the K as I use VMs and need the VT-d support which the K version lacks.

    My ram is the Patriot "Intel Extreme Masters" Limited Edition 32GB 1866MHz clocked at 2120MHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDxCrEaM View Post
    Hmmm. Your memory score is slightly higher than mine, but the only difference I can see in the RAM is yours is rated 10-10-10-27 while mine (see the FractalPro build) is 10-10-10-30. Of course, different motherboard/etc.

    Anyway, 15180 vs 15654 (3% difference) is actually fairly minor in the scheme of things. There's a fair bit of variation in per-run numbers anyway.


    Impressive result PJALM. You keep mentioning VT-d. Did you have to do anything fancy to get OS X to work with it enabled?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBP View Post

    Impressive result PJALM. You keep mentioning VT-d. Did you have to do anything fancy to get OS X to work with it enabled?
    Don't want to stray from topic, but I recall having to disable that feature in order to get OS X to boot, or else it was stuck at apple screen with wheel spinning. Also interested in your answer.

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    I had to use the AppleACPIPlatform.kext from 10.8.1, its now available in Multibeast 5.2.1.

    I am currently working on a DSDT patch to fix the need for that.

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    I upped baseclock to 103, was stable but temps got to high for me. I just ordered the H60 and will wait to go higher with this until I get it installed. Thanks guys for help/info. This is alot easier then when I tried to overclock my i7 930 (could never get a stable overclock for some reason).

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    #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJALM View Post
    I use a baseclock of 106 and multiplier of 43 with a H60 cooler.
    Really? While I can set 43 as the turbo for 1-core and 2-core states, 41 is the highest I can get for the 4-active-cores state, and is thus the highest that is used by OS X. I'm running a MacPro3,1. Are you using something different?
    Does your BIOS allow a higher turbo than mine?
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    My mobo is an ASUS RoG board with tons of OC features and is designed just for that. I also OC my iGPU to 1300MHz.

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    Finally the H60 cooler arrived, installed. Using PJALM settings, working fine so far.
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